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Splash Coat Siberian Huskies

The traditional colored pattern of the Siberian Husky is called the Irish Coat pattern.

Below are images of dogs with Splash Coats, which is a pattern distinction and not a particular color. It may be argued that there is no difference between a "splash coat" and a "piebald".  It is somewhat of a matter of opinion.  To many, a splash coat means the dog has white on the body but still has a BLANKET as opposed to a piebald which only has spots of color.  Generally piebald dogs are also more than 50% white.

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Washington, USA
Am/Mex/Int Ch. Fraka's Sparklin' Jewel O'Kossok       BOS 1994 National Specialty  Brey by Alice Watt
California, USA

This is NOT a Splash,
she has a "collar". She is shown to
demonstrate what's NOT a splash.

Battlefield Autumn Haze at 7 months - Courtesy of Carl and Colleen Parlatore & Battlefield Siberians & Malamutes
Virginia, USA

Kaycemaras Russian Roulette
British Columbia, Canada

Ch Bain's Northern StrayCat Strut SD - Bain's Northern Kennels, Ontario, Canada
Ontario, Canada

Nay-La-Chee`s Pani - Nay-La-Chee Siberian Huskies - Norway

  BIS CH Scimitara  N Lite Tkela Sunrise
British Columbia, Canada

 Willo Siberians
Wisconsin, USA

H Bomb
British Columbia, Canada

CH. Nanook's Northernlites Turn Me Loose - Nanook Siberians
 Alberta, Canada

Bella - New York, USA

New York, USA

Willo Siberians
Wisconsin, USA

 Ch. Shadowfox's Splash Dancer - Kossok Siberians - Oregon, USA
Oregon, USA

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